Spooky journeys at Devon Railway Centre

18:30 22 October 2015

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There is a Hallowe’en theme for visitors to the Devon Railway Centre at Bickleigh.

There’s lots to do to keep little ones busy, plenty for older ones to enjoy and a wealth of activities for all to explore.

Visitors can enjoy a trip to Magic Wood aboard the miniature train and ride as many times as they like. See the Hallowe’en ghosts, bats, pumpkins and skeletons as you journey along. You will notice something different on every journey! Complete the Pumpkin Trail and claim a free Hallowe’en gift.

Younger children will love the indoor play coaches, where they can while away time in playing with the wooden railways, digging for treasure in the sand pit and having fun in the ball pool. The new railway-themed soft play area offers great fun whatever the weather!

Everyone can enjoy a range of refreshments in the station tea rooms.

The staff at Devon Railway Centre will be delighted to see you, where a warm welcome is guaranteed.

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